Edward D. “Sandy” Ives, interviewed by Pauleena MacDougall
Scope and Contents
Material collected by Maine Folklife Center (MFC) and Northeast Archives of Folklore and Oral History (NAFOH) founder Edward D. “Sandy” Ives or about him (for the latter, also see NA1636, NA2290, NA2301, NA2312, NA2390, NA2539).
This record group includes Ives’s other interviews, folklore collections, and miscellaneous accessions include several that focus on moose poacher George Magoon (George Magood and the Down East Game War: History, Folklore, and the Law. Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 1988), and Wilbur Day (Wilbur Day (1864-1924), Hunter Guide, and Poacher: An Autobiography. Northeast Folklore 26 (1986). Others are recordings of various performances; interviews on woodswork; Veazie history; and songmakers; and material reflecting Ives’s research interests and his student’s projects. These accessions are numbered consistently with the rest of the MFC’s collections.
- Creation: 1971 - 1999
- MacDougall, Pauleena (Person)
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From the Record Group: 70 items
Language of Materials
From the Record Group: English
3012 Edward D. “Sandy” Ives, interviewed by Pauleena MacDougall, March 5, 2003. Ives discusses the formation of the Northeast Folklore Society; founding the journal Northeast Folklore; composition of first board; finances; Helen Creighton’s visit; function of the board; and editing Northeast Folklore. Text: 4 pp. incomplete transcript. Recording: mfc_na3012_c2052_01 [C 2052]. 46 minutes
Part of the Northeast Archives of Folklore and Oral History Repository
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